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Plumbago (Blue) - Plant

Plumbago (Blue) - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
  • 3-7 Days Delivery
  • Organic
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Plumbago (Blue) Plant, a horticultural gem available through Vermi Organics, is a captivating flowering plant that graces gardens with its stunning blue blossoms. Known for its vibrant hues and graceful structure, this particular Plumbago variety is a testament to nature's artistry. Elevate your green spaces with the enchanting beauty of Plumbago (Blue), available conveniently on the Vermi Organics website.

About: Originating from the Mediterranean region, Plumbago (Blue) Plant is a cherished plant that has found its way into gardens across the globe. With its botanical name Plumbago auriculata, this variety is celebrated for its striking blue flowers and evergreen foliage. Vermi Organics is proud to offer this exquisite plant, allowing enthusiasts to bring a touch of elegance to their outdoor spaces.

Benefits: Beyond its aesthetic appeal, Plumbago (Blue) Plant boasts a range of benefits for both the gardener and the environment. The plant's vibrant blue flowers are not only a feast for the eyes but also attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, contributing to a healthier ecosystem. With its resilience and adaptability, Plumbago (Blue) thrives in various climates, making it an excellent choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): Plumbago (Blue) is primarily an outdoor plant, flourishing under the open sky and basking in the sunlight. Its natural habitat is in garden beds, borders, or as a standalone shrub. While it may not be the best choice for indoor cultivation, its outdoor prowess makes it an ideal addition to gardens, patios, and landscape designs.

Care: Caring for Plumbago (Blue) is a rewarding experience, thanks to its relatively low-maintenance nature. Plant it in well-draining soil, and ensure it receives ample sunlight for optimal growth and blooming. Regular watering is essential, especially during dry spells, but the plant can withstand short periods of drought. Pruning can be done to shape the plant and encourage a bushier appearance. With proper care, Plumbago (Blue) will reward you with a profusion of mesmerizing blue flowers.

Common Names: Plumbago (Blue) is commonly known by several names, including Cape Leadwort, Blue Plumbago, and Sky Flower. These names reflect the plant's varied characteristics and its widespread popularity in gardens.


  • Scientific Name: Plumbago auriculata
  • Family: Plumbaginaceae
  • Height: 4 to 6 feet
  • Bloom Time: Late spring to fall
  • Flower Color: Blue
  • Foliage: Evergreen, dark green
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Soil Type: Well-draining

Special Features: Plumbago (Blue) stands out with its unique features that make it a sought-after addition to gardens and landscapes.

  • Vibrant Blue Flowers: The plant's distinctive blue flowers form dense clusters, creating a striking visual impact.
  • Evergreen Foliage: Plumbago (Blue) retains its dark green foliage throughout the year, ensuring a lively and attractive garden even when not in bloom.
  • Butterfly Magnet: The vibrant blue blooms attract butterflies, adding a dynamic and enchanting element to your outdoor space.


  • Garden Borders: Plumbago (Blue) serves as an excellent choice for garden borders, creating a visually appealing transition between different plantings.
  • Shrubbery: Plant it as a standalone shrub or incorporate it into shrubbery for a burst of color and texture.
  • Container Gardening: While primarily an outdoor plant, Plumbago (Blue) can be grown in large containers on patios or decks, adding a touch of elegance to confined spaces.
  • Pollinator Garden: Take advantage of the plant's ability to attract pollinators by incorporating it into a pollinator-friendly garden, contributing to the health of local ecosystems.
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